VAK learning Style
The VAK learning styles model provides a very easy and quick reference inventory by which to assess people's preferred learning styles, and then most importantly, to design learning methods and experiences that match people's preferences.Learners use all three to receive information. However, one or more of these receiving styles are normally dominant. This dominant style defines the best way for a person to learn new information by filtering what is to be learned. This style may not always to be the same for some tasks. The learner may prefer one style of learning for one task, and a combination of others for another task.
Visual learners
  • Learn best from information they see or read. Examples: illustrations, pictures, diagrams, demonstrations, displays, handouts, films and flip-charts.
  • Able to perform a new task after reading the instructions or watching others doing the task first.
  • Work by reading lists and written directions.

    Auditory learners

  • Prefer to learn by listening and often mentally recall the words they have heard.
  • Absorb spoken and heard material easily and like being involved in aural questioning rather than reading materials.
  • Prefer listening to lectures, stories and songs.
  • Enjoy variations in rhythm, pitch and voice inflection.
  • Prefer discussing and communicating with other classmates.
  • Able to perform a new task best after listening to the instructions given by the teachers.

    Kinesthetic learners

  • Acquire their knowledge best by doing and moving.
  • Love moving around frequently and building things with their hands.
  • Able to perform a new task best by going ahead and trying it out, learning as they go.
  • Prefer experiments and hands-on experience.
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